Tammy Wong

Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine (Clinician Educator)

Image of Tammy Wong
Is this your profile? Click to edit


Dr. Tammy Wong is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine at the Keck School of Medicine of USC and specializes in sleep medicine. She is an active medical educator in the sleep medicine fellowship program at USC. Dr. Wong is interested in the intersection of sleep health and disease prevention.

Dr. Wong received her medical degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and completed her training in family medicine at Riverside Community Hospital, where she served as chief resident. She then went on to complete her fellowship training in sleep medicine at Stanford University.
Dr. Wong believes in the dynamic and essential role of sleep and its impact on a person’s overall health. As a family medicine-trained physician who values preventive medicine, she enjoys collaborating with her patients to provide individualized care for her patients’ sleep needs, and in turn improving their quality of sleep, daytime functioning, and wellbeing.


  • Testing for HIV infection in the emergency departments of 2 hospitals in the Southeastern United States J Am Coll Emerg Physicians Open. 2020 Aug; 1(4):487-493. . View in PubMed
  • Revisiting Bone Marrow Core Biopsy Adequacy Criteria in the Era of Extensive Ancillary Testing Clin Lab. 2019 Sep 01; 65(9). . View in PubMed
  • Low Levels of Physical Activity Among Older Persons Living with HIV/AIDS Are Associated with Poor Physical Function AIDS Res Hum Retroviruses. 2018 11; 34(11):929-935. . View in PubMed
  • Diminished physical function in older HIV-infected adults in the Southeastern US. despite successful antiretroviral therapy. PLoS One. 2017; 12(6):e0179874. . View in PubMed
  • Novel quantification of tenofovir disoproxil fumarate adherence in human immunodeficiency virus/hepatitis B coinfected patients with incomplete hepatitis B virus viral suppression Hepatology. 2016 09; 64(3):999-1000. . View in PubMed
  • Coronary artery disease risk reduction in HIV-infected persons: a comparative analysis AIDS Care. 2016; 28(4):475-82. . View in PubMed
  • Incident sexually transmitted infection as a biomarker for high-risk sexual behavior after diagnosis of acute HIV Sex Transm Dis. 2014 Jul; 41(7):447-52. . View in PubMed
  • Diagnosing HIV infection in primary care settings: missed opportunities AIDS Patient Care STDS. 2013 Jul; 27(7):392-7. . View in PubMed